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Yes, that crop is finished. Broccoli doesn't regrow well from an early bolt. It's still edible (if you like the buds that size), so you could still salvage some, but It'd be best to take the plants out now and plant something else. Not another brassica, though, it's good to rotate between vegetable families, to prevent possible pest/disease buildup. This ...


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Control the lighting so it never exceeds 12 hrs. And keep it cool, below 70 degrees F if you can. Why you growing it indoors though, that's not usually done.


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I guess it somewhat depends on the stage of maturity the seeds have reached. If it was my garden I would say move them now, taking as much root as you can for each and "heel them in" as if you were handling a bare root tree that needs to be temporarily comforted before moving to its final planting location.


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When my red leaf lettuce bolted this year it tasted very bitter, to the point of making me gag; and I like Arugula. When the Romaine bolted, the higher the leaf the more bitter it tasted. I have pulled all our lettuce plants now, and will try to replant some soon. This is my first year with a vegetable garden in about 5 years; and at a new house and in new ...


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Bok choy is a cool season crop and bolting is triggered by lengthening photoperiods ( daylight hours exceeding 16 hours, or darkness less than 8 hours for a month ), and temperatures below 55 deg F ( 12 Deg C ). Once bolting has been triggered, the plant can not return to the vegetative stage. Short days with warm temperatures will prolong the vegetative ...


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